I honestly don't ever remember eating a "Clark" candy bar back in the day, but it must have been pretty popular since it was around from 1917 to about 2018. But then it went away.

It definitely sounds like a candy bar that I would like. The packaging says "Real Milk Chocolate, Real Peanut Butter Crunch". So why haven't I tried it? I really don't know. I think it has something to do with the name "Clark". Not the "sexiest" name for a candy bar in my opinion, but this time around, I'm willing to give it a try.

A Pennsylvania-based company, Boyer Candy, purchased the rights for the Clark Bar and says the candy should be hitting stores by the beginning of 2020.

In the meantime, the candy company has made a "Clark" candy similar to the bars called Clark Cups, a crunchy peanut butter cup that will be hitting the national market in the Spring of 2020. For now, you can buy it on Amazon.

For more on the return of the Clark Bar, click HERE to read more from "Wide Open Eats"

 

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